When contacted to comment, the office of Vijay Mallya gave Faking News twenty crates of chilled beer for free, and claimed that Sandeep Makkar was just a pissed-off fan of Deepika Padukone.
Sonal Chauhan had done quite a few movies in Bollywood as well as in south and she is quite popular.
The doctor told me that maybe my parents were heavy drinkers, but I knew that even my parents were teetotalers.” Faced with such an acute existentialist paradox, Sandeep decided to get to the root of the problem and found out that he was not the biological son of his parents, an Indian couple who migrated to US in 1986 and conceived their first child (who is in fact Siddharth Mallya according to Sandeep) in order to get a US citizenship.
“I always knew there was some problem as I had strong urges to gulp down a mug of beer each time my friends in college did that,” Sandeep told Faking News.
“Ask her if she would want to hang out with someone name Sandeep Mallya or Siddharth Makkar, and you’d get the answer,” he said.
Sandeep has warned that if Vijay Mallya and Deepika Padukone didn’t give him his “birthright”, he would file cases against them in an Indian as well as US court to “get his due”.
Mallya made his feature film debut in the sex comedy film Brahman Naman directed by Q and produced by Steve Barron where he played Ronnie, a cricket-playing jock, who is rich, good-looking, and popular with girls.
Sonal was spotted at Sid’s party in London and they were very close to each other, she was also seen at Sid’s Goa residence.
Reports also say that Siddharth and Sonal are trying to spend more and more time with each other.
Mallya is the son of Indian Businessman Vijay Mallya, and the grandson of Vittal Mallya, who was the company's previous chairman.
He has also worked as director of the IPL cricket team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), which was owned by his father at the time, and as a marketing manager for Guinness (a product of Diageo, a large drinks company closely tied to his father's business).